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Divide the inside of a file folder into boxes that are slightly larger than small sticky notes. Write students' names in the boxes in alphabetical order, one name per box. Whenever you want to make a note about a student's progress, jot the information on a sticky note and then place it in the appropriate box. Periodically move the sticky notes to students' assessment folders. You'll have valuable information at your fingertips when it's time to prepare report cards.

Organizing Anecdotal Notes This notebook is going to combine 3 notebooks into one. First, It will serve as a spot for me to check the status of my class (what book they are reading). Second, it will store anecdotal notes that I take (reading/math). Third,

GRO: The Must-Have App For Teaching Guided Reading

I love this guided reading app - it was created by a teacher!! GRO helps with guided reading organization and anecdotal note-taking. It allows you to re-use lesson plans so you save a TON of time! You can even use it for teaching other small groups, like math. SO worth it!

Anecdotal notes Sometimes you notice things that your students are doing, but you're not doing a running record on them...but you need to remember to address it. I just keep a stack of sticky notes on my desk and jot down the problem. Then, I stick it on their tab in the binder on this little printable: